Are Alien Life Forms Already Among Us?

First Posted: May 19, 2016 07:29 AM EDT

Scientists over at NASA have been looking for alien life forms for a while - in fact, they recently had a theory of looking for older stars to find life in. However, despite the official statements that said astronomers are still on the lookout for life forms in space, it seems that many are getting ahead of themselves.

In fact, an article from Clapway is convinced that the government is hiding the existence of alien life forms in space - and videos and footage on YouTube, allegedly from NASA itself have shown that there have been odd movements in space.

According to the article, a recent vide published showed strange footage that is otherwise unexplainable: it is said to be from the NASA deployment of the Wake Shield Facility project that showed odd lights in the background - with the light changing course and speed.

Many might say that these are mere space junk or ice crystals or even rocks, but that they changed direction and speed meant that they may not be of our world. But then again, these are the same people who noted that the Apollo 13 moon mission had astronauts vouching that they saw aliens following them to the moon, so there's little to take from that.

But do aliens actually exist? This is a matter of opinion - nobody has ever actually seen them, but as Arthur C. Clarke noted, "Two possibilities exist: either we are alone in the Universe or we are not. Both are equally terrifying."

For now, NASA scientists are still looking for the possibility of other habitable zones in the universe - worlds that are warm enough to have liquid water and to sustain life forms - possibly in systems with stars older and bigger than our own sun.

How likely do you think that NASA and other governments already know that other life forms do exist?

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